The Impact of ColonizationThe Impact of Colonization
Spanish rule in the Americas had terrible consequences for Native Americans and Africans
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The expedition of 250 to 300 men was led by Panfilo de Narvaez. After surviving a hurricane near Cuba, the expedition landed on the west coast of Florida (near Tampa Bay) in April 1528, claiming the land for Spain
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A note… this is not a complete history just my observations of what has been tested on the Multiple choice in the past… use this wisely A note… this is not a complete history just my observations of what has been tested on the Multiple choice in the past… use this wisely 
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Ap us history final Exam Review Describe the changes taking place in Europe that preceded the development of interest in the New WorldAp us history final Exam Review Describe the changes taking place in Europe that preceded the development of interest in the New World
Expulsion of Moors from Spain; reunification of the country under Catholic rulers Isabella and Ferdinand  Spanish exploration
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Recovery History Constructing Race: The Inidan, Black and White Roots of Mexican AmericansRecovery History Constructing Race: The Inidan, Black and White Roots of Mexican Americans
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Examine the constraints in the West that forced people to adapt and explain the cultural outcomes
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Henry Hudson: ExplorerHenry Hudson: Explorer
Henry Hudson (1565-1611) was an English explorer and navigator who explored parts of the Arctic Ocean and northeastern North America. The Hudson River, Hudson Strait, and Hudson Bay are named for Hudson
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Governor Velasquez of Cuba. It has been claimed that while conquering the Aztecs in Mexico Cortez intentionally ignored the orders of Governor Velasquez. In the 3 years Cortez conquered Mexico he never once disobeyed Governor Velasquez of
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Hernando CortesHernando Cortes
Velásquez commissioned Hernán Cortés to explore, trade, and search for Christian captives in the Yucatán. Hernán Cortés left Spain at the age of nineteen after a brief period studying law and a fortuitous escape from a jealous husband
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The Development of Slavery in the New World and the British ColoniesThe Development of Slavery in the New World and the British Colonies
New World, slavery was commonplace in Europe. While slavery is today commonly associated with black Africans, during the 15th century when Columbus sailed to America Italian merchants bought and sold the Slavic peoples from Eastern Europe
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Westward expansion and manifest destiny, 1841-1849 instructional objectivesWestward expansion and manifest destiny, 1841-1849 instructional objectives
Examine the constraints m the West that forced people to adapt and explain the cultural outcomes
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